SEAN HANNITY (HOST): More importantly, there is no case here. There -- for example, the second article on obstruction of Congress, OK, that's great. But that means that -- what they are saying that obstruction is that the president would seek remedy when there is a conflict between the judicial -- I'm sorry, with the legislative and executive branch and seek remedy through the judicial branch. That's not obstruction. What is abuse of power? What does that mean? What law are we talking about here?